Adrift (adjective)

  1. Floating without being either moored or steered.
  2. In a state of aimless or disoriented wandering.
  3. Without purpose or direction.

Origin:

From middle english adrifte, from old norse ā drifti, from ā (on) + drift (current).

Examples:

  1. The boat was found adrift at sea.
  2. The sailors were adrift in the ocean for days.
  3. The company was adrift after the CEO resigned.
  4. He felt adrift in life after graduating from college.
  5. The team was adrift without a coach to guide them.
Some random words: reoccupation, token, durable